The Latest

It’s been awhile since I gave you all an update on life.  I have gotten two new jobs!  One is a clerk in the guidance office at Chestatee Academy in Gainesville.  It is a morning job which fits perfectly with my tutoring schedule.  I answer phones, handle files and generally do whatever they need me … Continue reading The Latest

The Heavens

There is something about the heavens that brings perspective.  Standing below them, hope hovers close to my heart.  The brilliance of the stars contrasts with the black of the sky and the juxtaposition is breathtaking.  Gazing up reminds me how small we are.  How quick life passes.  How unimportant my biggest problems are.  There is … Continue reading The Heavens

Show Up

Our voting process is intimidating.  I have 3 degrees and those amendments get me every time.  The amount of research I have to do in order to choose my candidates is significant.  Having to weed through what is true, voting records, and speeches of all the local elections, as well as the national ones, can … Continue reading Show Up

No Power

Back in March, as the pandemic was just beginning here in the US, we thought sheltering in place was a welcome break from our busy lives.  Then it went on and on, and we changed our minds.  Binge watching Tiger King and other shows got old very quickly, and we thought staying home was the … Continue reading No Power

The Vote

Pop, my Grandfather Williford, was a staunch democrat and a man of faith.  He told me in no uncertain terms to NEVER vote republican.  It was his belief that republicans were all that was wrong with America.  As a newly registered first-time voter, I told him I didn’t even know which candidates were which.  He … Continue reading The Vote